Sharp ZQ-2200 Specifications

SHARR
Congratulations on purchasing the ZQ-2000/ZQ-2200/ZQ-2400 Electronic
Organizer. Please read this operation manual carefully to familiarize
yourself with all the features of the Organizer and to ensure years of reliable
operation. Also, make it a point to keep this operation manual on hand
for reference.
Notes:
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One of the models described in this manual may not be available in
some countries.
Unless otherwise specified, the text material applies to all three models.
NOTICE
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SHARP strongly recommends that separate permanent written records be kept of
all important data. Data may be lost or altered in virtually any electronic memory
product under certain circumstances. Therefore, SHARP assumes no responsibility
for data lost or otherwise rendered unusable whether as a result of improper use,
repairs, defects, battery replacement, use after the specified battery life has expired,
or any other cause.
SHARP assumes no responsibility, directly or indirectly, for financial losses or claims
from third persons resulting from the use of this product and all of its functions, such
as stolen credit card numbers, the loss of or alteration of stored data, etc.
The information provided in this manual is subject to change without notice.
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Features of the Organizer
Clock
function
Displays current date and time. +PAGE 19
Calendar
function
Contains a calendar, which extends from the year 1901 to 2099. Important dates
on your monthly calendar will be flagged, so you can check what has been scheduled
for any designated day. --+ PAGE 23
Schedule
function
Allows you to store important dates and events. Important dates will also be flagged
on the calendar to remind you to check them. A schedule alarm can also be set.
+ PAGE 29
Anniversary
function
Allows you to register wedding anniversaries, birthdays, etc. After registration, the
corresponding day is considered an anniversary for every year from 1901 to 2099.
+ PAGE 47
Telephone book function
Three telephone lists allow you to list business and private numbers separately.
Phone numbers can be recalled in alphabetical order using the sequential search
function, or directly Lecalled by entering. + PAGE 53
‘Memo
function
Allows you to note important details, such as timetables and also store price lists,
etc. + PAGE 63
Calculator
Contains a lo-digit calculator with memory. + PAGE 71
Secret
function
Protects personal information. A password is required to see the information you
mark as secret. + PAGE 75
Data transfer function
By using an optional cable, data can be transferred between two Organizers.
+ PAGE 89
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Contents
BEFOREUSE........................................7
GETTING STARTED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
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Display symbols
Keynotations..........................................ll
Contrast adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I2
Turning the “beep” on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I2
BASIC ENTRY PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering
characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making corrections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USING THE CLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..I 9
Displaying the time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I9
Settingtheclock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..I 9
USING THE CALENDAR FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Displaying and changing the monthly calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Displaying the number of days and weeks between
January 1st or December 31 to a specified date . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
USING THE SCHEDULE FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Entering data in the SCHEDULE mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Recalling scheduled data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Editing scheduled data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Copyingscheduleddata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..4 1
Deleting scheduled data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Using the schedule alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
USING THE ANNIVERSARY FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Entering anniversaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling anniversaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking anniversaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing anniversaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting anniversaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USING THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..53
Designating the file names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Entering listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USING THE MEMO FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Entering memos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recallingmemos.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editingmemos.........................................6
Deleting memos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USING THE ORGANIZER AS A CALCULATOR . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the Organizer in the CALC mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
When the error message appears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73
USING THE SECRET FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
Registering a password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coding data as secret data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning off the secret function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning on the secret function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling secret data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Declassifying secret data by removing the secret code . . . . . . . .
Deleting and changing the password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What to do if you forget the password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USING THE MISCELLANEOUS FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Checking the memory capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the date format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USING THE DATA TRANSFER FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Transferring data between ZQ-2000 series Organizers . . . . . . . . .89
Transferring data with a ZQ-5000 series or IQ series Organizer . .93
Transferring data with an EL series Organizer (including
Auto Dialer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94
APPENDIX
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Caring for your Organizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
When trouble occurs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
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Replacing batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Be sure to perform the following procedures before using the Organizer
for the first time:
1. Remove the insulation sheet.
Note: When you remove the insulation sheet, write down the date on
the label on the back of the Organizer (refer to page 101).
2. Initialize the Organizer.
While holding [ml , press the RESET switch on the back. Release
the RESET switch and then release m] . The following display
will appear:
Data has
been broken!
Clear all
CAPS
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Note: Under certain conditions the message may appear as “DATA
ALL CLEAR OK (Y/N)?“. Proceed to the next step in either case.
Press vi.
* TEL
NAME ?
1
CAPS
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The Organizer is initialized and then the TEL1 directory is displayed.
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Part names
Search keys
Display Command center Power on/off keys
Option port
(4-pin option jack)
Cursor movement keys
Enter key
Return key
Display symbols
m
This symbol appears when the operating battery level is low.
EDIT
The entry on the display may be edited.
SHIFT -1 has been pressed..
CAPS Capital letters will be entered. (To enter small letters, turn “CAPS”
off by pressing I].)
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The data appearing on the display is secret data accessible only
by password.
El
The secret function is in effect. (Secret data cannot be recalled
without the password.)
a
A “beep” will sound when a key is pressed.
Q
The specified schedule alarm(s) will sound.
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There is more data which is not on the display. The data can
be displayed by pressing m[ or pl .
In this manual, only the symbols necessary for explanation will be
shown.
Key notations
This manual uses the following notations for key operations and functions.
Key
I
CALENDAR
0
.. . .. . ...
u
Notation
Note
1 CALENDAR 1
Keys with only one function always
appear in the manual with the function
enclosed in a box.
m
Keys with multiple functions appear in
the manual with only the contextually
appropriate function boxed; i.e.,
1 &&* 1 will sometimes appear as
-1 and sometimes as m.
orwMARKlr]
Alphabetical keys with multiple functions appear sometimes as unboxed
letters and sometimes as the boxed
function name, as per context.
Aor w[
Numerical keys and alphabetical keys
with single function are notated only
with unboxed numbers and letters.
Note: The blue functions and symbols are operated by pressing -1 (“SHIFT” will be displayed) and the appropriate
key.
Example:
Functions as a cursor movement
key.
m -1 : Function as a delete
key.
Distinguishing between “0” and “0”
Zero is indicated as “0” on the display and also in this manual when it may
be confused with the letter “0”.
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Contrast adjustment
Adjust the display contrast to make the display easier to read.
1. Press -1 1 FUNCTION 1 .
< FUNCTION >
MEMORY CHK
LCD CONT
I DATA DEL
2. Select “2 LCD CONT”.
2
LCD CONT
A-DARK
V-LIGHT
3. Press a or m to darken or lighten the display as required.
The amount of contrast will change continuously when either m or
m is held.
4. After adjusting the contrast, press 1-j .
Turning the “beep” on and off
While “ &” is displayed, a “beep” will sound when a key is pressed. To
turn the “beep” on and off, press -1
ml. T h e “ b e e p ” w i l l n o t
sound after “a” goes off. To turn the “beep” back on, repeat the process.
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To practice entering characters and numbers, select the MEMO mode, for
example, and enter the characters as follows:
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MEMO ?
The MEMO mode will be selected.
CAPS
Entering characters
Entering the letters
1. Enter “ABCDE” in capital letters, for example.
ABCDE -
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CAPS
2. To enter “abcde” in small letters, press -1 . After “CAPS”
disappears, enter “abcde”.
-1 ABCDE
To enter capital letters again, turn “CAPS” back on by pressing
l7FSJ
a g a i n .
Note: To enter a hyphen, press m I-1.
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Entering non-English characters
Enter “A”, “ii”, ‘W and ‘W’,
for example.
II
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“$I is entered by pressing m El . Non-English characters can also be entered as symbols.
Entering numbers
Enter “12345”, for example.
-1 12345
12345-
Entering graphic symbols and special characters
Press -1 to select the symbol entry mode. A total of 33 symbol
displays may be selected. To select the symbol display containing the
desired characters, press m or m . When the desired symbol or
character appears, press the number corresponding to its symbol position.
1. Enter the symbol entry mode.
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5 symbols will be displayed.
MEMO ?
2. Switch to the next set of symbols.
ml
Each time m[
is pressed, a new set of 5 symbols will appear in
sequence.
3. Enter I‘?“.
Press IIIwhen a ‘I?” appears
next to the number one.
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Note: When you press mi , the previous set of symbols reappears.
The initial symbol display is thus determined by your previous
choice. The 5 most recently used symbols and characters will
appear in the initial symbol display.
Nate: To exit the symbol entry mode, press -1 _
Entering the new-line character ‘2”
by preS+SinCJ
F’J , Then the cursor moves to the beginning of the next line.
Enter the “cl” character to continue entry on the next line
Making corrections
Misspellings and incorrect entries can be corrected using the cursor keys
as well as -1 I]and I= m as follows:
Correcting misspellings
If you have entered “NEW YARK” for “NEW YORK”,
may be corrected as follows:
for example, the entry
1. Enter the incorrect spelling.
-1 NEW YARK
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2. Now move the cursor to the incorrect letter “A”.
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NEW YARK
3. Enter the correct letter “0”.
NEW YORK
0
Inserting missing letters
To enter the missing “0” and correct “NEW YRK” to “NEW YORK”, for
example:
1.
Enter
the
incorrect
spelling.
-1
N E W Y R K
2. Next move the cursor over the “R”.
NEW YRK
3. Put the Organizer into insert mode.
NEW YRK
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4. Insert the missing letter.
0
When m -1 are pressed, the cursor mark changes from
“ n ” to “ 4 ” indicating that the insert mode is set. Press -1
IIagain to exit the insert mode.
Deleting unwanted letters
To correct “NEW YOARK” to “NEW YORK”, for example:
1. Enter the incorrect spelling.
N E W
(1
Y O A R K
2. Move the cursor to the letter “A” to be deleted.
lrllrllrl
NEW YOARK
3. Delete the letter “A”.
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II
You can also delete “A” by pressing
Note; If 1-1
deleted.
m m II
is pressed, the data currently being entered will be
The following descriptions explain the functions.
Moves the cursor to the right.
l.3:
Moves the cursor
to the left.
Moves the cursor up to the previous line.
Moves the cursor down to the next line.
Puts the Organizer into insert mode. Pressing
these keys again exits the insert mode.
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t
rsiiiFq I]: Deletes the character at the cursor.
[--El
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Deletes the character to the left of the cursor
(“backspace”).
Clears the data being entered.
Cursor:
“-” designates the cursor. The cursor is used to indicate the position where
the next letter, number, or symbol will be entered. When correcting an
entry, move the cursor to the position where a character is to be typed
over or deleted. The cursor changes to “ m “. When inserting characters,
the cursor changes to “ 4 “.
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The Organizer features a built-in clock which allows the Organizer to do
the following:
1. To display the current monthly calendar in the CALENDAR mode.
2 . To keep track of the items scheduled on the agenda for the current day
in the SCHEDULE mode (automatic tracking).
3. To sound the schedule alarm.
Displaying the time
Pressing
-1 displays the current date and time.
1CLoCKj
Day of the week month/day/year*
The display appears only while
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-1 is pressed.
* The display can be changed to show the date in the format of ‘Iday.
month. year”. Refer to page 86.
Note:
If -1 is pressed continuously, the time when -1
was initially pressed is displayed. The internal clock continues
working while -1is pressed, but the display does not
change.
Setting the clock
The time can be displayed using either the conventional 12-hour AM/PM
system or the 24-hour system (0:OO to 2359 hrs.).
For example, set the clock to January IO, 1992, 1;30 PM.
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Setting the clock on a 129hour AM/PM basis
1. Press -1
-1
.
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2. Select the time system.
The number highlighted in the lower left corner of the screen indicates
the time system. Each time 11 is pressed, this alternates
between ‘I m” and “m “.
In this example, I‘m” is displayed.
Note: To set the 24-hour system, display “m”.
3. Set the time.
01 30 rRvq
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TUE l/ 1/'91
Note:
The hours and minutes must be entered using two digits each.
4. Enter the date.
p-j 01 10 1992
/
FRI
1/10/'92
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Enter the rrronth and day using 2 digits and the year using 4 digits. For
single digit months or days, enter “0” before the single digit.
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5. Enter the correct starting time.
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Use the beep of the time announcements given on the radio, on
T.V., or by telephone time services.
The clock starts from 0 seconds.
6. Check the set time on the display.
FRI
1/10/'92
When the time is set with 12-hour basis, noon and midnight changes are
displayed as below.
11:59AM + 12:OOPM (noon) -+ 12:59PM -+ 1 :OOPM -+
11:59PM + 12:OOAM (midnight) + 12;59AM + 1 ;OOAM + 11:59AM
Correcting the clock
To correct the time, reset the clock by following the procedure in ‘Setting
the clock”.
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Monthly calendars covering the period from January, 1901 through December, 2099 can be displayed.
In addition, for a given day it is possible to determine the number of days
passed since January 1st of that year and the number of days remaining
until December 31st of the same year.
Displaying and changing the monthly
calendar
There are three methods of recalling dates and scanning the built-in
calendar.
1. Displaying the calendar and changing the month with Iv]or 171.
2. Specifying the desired date, past or future, with the numerical keys.
3. Designating the year and month on the monthly calendar.
Changing the month with w[ or 1/\1
Once the CALENDAR mode has been selected, the month can be changed
by pressing Fl (to display upcoming months) or rl (to display past
months) as follows:
1. Select the CALENDAR mode.
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6
7
1
2
3
4
8
9
10
11
’ 1 2 1 3 14 15 18 17 18
1 9 2 0 21 2 2 2 3 2 4 2 5
2 6 2 7 2 8 2 9 3 0 31
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If the above display does not appear, press 1SHIFT 1ICALENDAR]
to display the current monthly calendar. In this instance, if you set the
Organizer’s built-in clock for January 10, the calendar for January 1992
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will be displayed.
In the year display, a “ ’ ” is attached to the years 1901 to 1999, while
no mark is attached to the years 2000 to 2099.
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2. Display the calendar for the next month.
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V
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1
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16
23
3
10
17
24
5
11 1 2
18 19
25 26
4
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
8
15
22
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3. Display the calendar for three months prior to the month presently on
the display.
lIIclI/\
1
“3
’ ’ 10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
Note: When Fl or 1/\1 is pressed continuously, the calendar will
scroll forward or backward.
To return the calendar to the current date:
Press (1
-1
.
Setting a date with the numerical keys
Use I-1 or F1 to set a date that is a specified number of days in the
past or future.
1. Select the CALENDAR mode.
(CALENDAR1
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’ 12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
2
3
8
15
22
29
9
16
23
30
tO 11
17 18
24 2 5
31
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2. Set January 15 as the reference date.
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El
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g25
’ 12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
4
11
18
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To set the reference date to a different month, display the new month
by pressing wlor Ir\l and then flash the date with the cursor
movement key.
3. Set the date for the 90th day from today.
pTmJ
1+190
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412 1 3 14 1 5 1 6 17 1 8
1 9 2 0 21 2 2 2 3 2 4 2 5
26 27 28 29 30
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The 90th day from today will flash on the display.
Note: The number of days specified can range from 9999 days in the
past to 9999 days in the future.
4. Set the date five weeks (35 days) before April 14th, 1992.
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’ 2 8
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22
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2 3 4
9
1 6 10 17 1 18
2 3 24 2 5
3 0 31
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
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Recalling a month by designating the date
You can also change the calendar with 1-1 , entering the date which
you would like to display when the date prompt appears, and then pressing
1CALENDAR ] again.
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For example, to display the month of February, 1992:
1. Select the CALENDAR mode.
1CALENDAR ]
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6
7
1
8
2
9
3 4
10 11
’ 1 2 1 3 14 15 16 17 1 8
1 9 2 0 21 2 2 2 3 2 4 2 5
2 6 2 7 2 8 2 9 3 0 31
2. Enter the date entry mode.
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MM/DD/YYYY
MONTH:01
D A Y :10
Y E A R 11992
To make a correction, move the cursor with the cursor movement keys,
or press I]to clear the displayed date.
3. Enter the date.
02 01 1992
MM/DD/YYYY
MONTH:02
DAY :Sl
YEAR : 1992
Note: To enter a single-digit date or month, enter zero and the digit
(i.e., “06”).
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4. Recall the calendar.
1CALENDAR 1
The specified monthly calendar
will be displayed.
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‘*2
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
* 9 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 14 1 5
16 17 18 1 9 2 0 21 2 2
2 3 24 2 5 2 6 2 7 2 8 2 9
Displaying the number of days and
weeks between January 1st o r
December 31 to a specified date
It is possible to determine the number of days between January 1st and
a specified date, as well as the number of days between a specified date
and December 31. It is also possible to determine how many weeks have
passed since the beginning of the current year.
To determine these items, press 1CALENDAR ] while the calendar is
displayed.
1. Select the CALENDAR mode.
1CALENDAR 1
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
2. Determine the number of days passed/left, and number of weeks
passed in the year. Press I CALENDAR I a second time.
[ CALENDAR 1
1‘* 5
6
7
; i I”0 :
’ 12 1 3 14 15 16 1 7 1 8
19 2 0 21 22 23 2 4 2 5
B
1 lo/3561
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The numbers “[I O/35610” will appear at the end of the display. “10”
indicates that this is the 10th day of 1992, “356” indicates that there
are 356 days left in the year, and “2” indicates that this is the 2nd
week of the year.
The Organizer recognizes each Monday-to-Sunday interval as one
week. The number of the week in the year (1 st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.) is
determined as follows:
1. If January 1st falls between Monday and Thursday, it begins the
first week of the year.
2. If January 1st falls between Friday and Sunday, it begins the
final week of the previous year.
3. If December 31 falls between Monday and Wednesday, it begins
the first week of the next year.
Note:
To display a date not shown, move the cursor with the cursor
movement keys.
3. Return to the original display.
1CALENDAR 1
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You can enter important future appointments as well as important dates
in the past into the Organizer’s schedule function. These dates are marked
with tags on the Organizer’s calendar display. In addition, you can set an
alarm to sound at the scheduled time as a reminder. (Refer to “Using the
schedule alarm,” page 45.)
Entering data in the SCHEDULE mode
The date of a schedule item can be selected using three different
methods.
1. By selecting the desired date in the CALENDAR mode.
2. By selecting the desired date in the SCHEDULE mode.
3. By recalling the desired date directly.
Once the date has been selected, actual entry of the schedule item is the
same for all three methods.
Note:
Multiple items may be scheduled on the same date.
If other items have been previously scheduled for a given date,
simply enter the new appointment over the old one. The
Organizer’s display will clear upon recognition of the new entry.
Entering items from the CALENDAR mode
To enter an item from the CALENDAR mode, such as, “February 20,1992
1 O:OOAM-2:OOPM
ABC Project meeting”
1. Select the CALENDAR mode.
1CALENDAR ]
I
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6
7
1 2
8 9
3 4
IO 11
’ 1 2 1 3 14 1 5 1 6 1 7 1 8
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
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2. Change the calendar to February 1992.
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3. Move the cursor to the 20th of February, using the cursor movement
keys.
IrlIrlIrlirllrl
1
922
2 9
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
10 11 12 13 14 1 5
1 6 17 1 8 1 9 20 21 2 2
2 3 24 2 5 2 6 2 7 2 8 2 9
4. Change to the SCHEDULE mode.
1
SCHEDUL E
1
THU Z/20/’ 92
The date you have selected (February 20, 1992) will appear at the
top of the display. The bottom part of the display is for schedule
time and detail.
5. Enter the starting time.
(“:OO”
will be entered automatically.)
6. Enter the finishing time.
2/PMI
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THU 2/20/’ 92
lO:OOAM- 2:OOPM
-
7. After both starting and finishing times are entered, enter the schedule
detail.
ABC Project m meeting
THU Z/20/*92
10 : OOAM- 2 : OOPM
ABC ProjectA
meet i ng-
8. Store the scheduled meeting in the memory.
THU 2/20/'92
10 : OOAM- 2 : OOPM
ABC Project
meeting
9. Now, check to see if the data was registered in the memory.
1 CALENDAR ]
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922
2 9
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
10 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 15
16 1 7 1 8 1 9 20’ 2 1 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Notice the tag ( n ) next to “February 20”. It indicates a scheduled item
for that date. (Items beginning in the morning result in a tag at the upper
right of the date, while those beginning after noon result in a tag
appearing at the lower right of the date.)
Entering items from the SCHEDULE mode
There are two methods of selecting the date depending on which is more
convenient.
Selecting the date with m and F]
This method is convenient for displaying a nearby date. It changes the
schedule display day by day until the desired date appears.
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For example, if you wish to schedule an item such as, “February 18,
3:OOPM - 5:OOPM Sales meeting”
1. Press 1SCHEDULE 1.
2. Recall “February 18”.
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r
pl
TUE Z/18/’ 92
Press m or IIuntil “February
18” is recalled.
3. Enter the schedule time and detail.
3 I-m-l 5 pKq
Sales meeting -1
TUE 2/18/’ 92
3:00PM- 5:OOPM
S a l e s meetin
g
Scheduling with -1 and the numerical keys
When the date is not close to the displayed date, you may find it more
convenient to enter the schedule items with the numerical keys.
For example, to schedule, “February 25,1992 1:30PM DR. WILSON VISIT
AT GUEST ROOM”.
1. Enter the date entry mode.
1SCHEDULE ] I--1
2. Enter the scheduled date. (February 25, 1992)
02 25 1992
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3. Select the SCHEDULE mode.
1SCHEDULE 1
4. Enter the scheduled time and detail.
1~30301
WI
DRm Ispc1
WILSON m
VISIT 1-11 AT GUEST ROOM
[ENTER]
Note:
TUE Z/25/’ 9 2
1:30PMDR. W I LSON
VISIT
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If you don’t know what time a scheduled item, such as a meeting,
will finish, press either ml or -1 following the starting
time, then enter the schedule item.
Scheduling items without times
After selecting the schedule date as outlined above, schedule items can
be entered directly without a specified time, except in instances when the
data begins with a number. Simply begin by entering the letters in the
item. (In this instance, the tag marking the scheduled item on the monthly
calendar will appear on the-upper right next to the date.)
Recalling scheduled data
The following 7 methods may be used to display previously scheduled
items.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Recalling today’s agenda.
Recalling scheduled items from the CALENDAR mode.
Recalling scheduled items from the SCHEDULE mode.
Recalling only scheduled dates (skip empty dates).
Recalling scheduled items from the SCHEDULE mode by entering the
date numerically.
6. Recalling scheduled items by using the first letter(s) of the item.
7. Recalling scheduled items with a keyword search.
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Note: When several schedule items are entered for the same day, items
without a specified time are recalled first, followed by items with a
specified time in chronological order.
When there is more than one schedule item with the same starting
time, items with an earlier finishing time are recalled first.
Recalling today’s agenda
Press (SHIFT(
1SCHEDULE I.
If nothing has been entered for the day, only the date will be displayed.
Recalling scheduled items from the CALENDAR mode
When a daily schedule is recalled from the CALENDAR mode, first select
the CALENDAR mode and then press ( SCHEDULE ] .
For example, to recall the schedule for February 20, 1992:
1. Select the CALENDAR mode.
1CALENDAR 1
IT-l
7
I
I
1
g22
2 9
16
23
3
10
17
24
4
5
6
7
8
II 1 2 13 14 1 5
18 ’ 19 2 0 ’ 21 2 2
25 I 26 27 28 29
A
2. Select the 20th with the cursor keys.
lxlrlmrlm
1!
Note: You may also recall February
20 by pressing 1-1 and
entering the date.
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922
3 4
56
7
1
8
2 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 5
1 6 17 18 119 2 0 ’ 2 1 2 2
2 3 24 25 1 26 27 28 2 9
3. Recall the schedule display.
[SC HEDULE 1
THU 2/20/’ 92
lO:OOAM- 2:OOPM
ABC Project
meeting
Recalling scheduled items from the SCHEDULE mode
To recall the schedule directly from the SCHEDULE mode in forward or
reverse direction, first set the SCHEDULE mode and then press rl (to
recall the next day and future days) or r] (to recall the last and previous
days) as required.
For example, to recall the schedule for January 10, 1992 (today):
1. Select the SCHEDULE mode and display the today’s schedule.
1-1 1SCHEDULE 1
F R I 1/10/‘92
2. Recall the schedule for the next day.
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SAT l/11/*92
The agenda for the next day will be
displayed. If there are several items
scheduled on the same day,
to recall them in
use I
v
chronological
order.
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Recalling only scheduled dates (skip empty dates)
Press -1
m repeatedly so that the days on which there are
items on the agenda are searched for, starting with the day appearing on
the display.
1. Search for all days containing agenda items.
1SCHEDULE ]
IsHlFTI
p-j
3:OOPW
5:OOPM
S a l e s meetin
2. Press (1
m to recall the next agenda items.
*
After the last agenda item has been found, “NOT FOUND!” is briefly
displayed and then the previous display reappears. Pressing
( I/\] , references agenda items in reverse.
* Pressing 1SCHEDULE I I=1 [XGJ a n d -1 m
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,
displays the oldest past agenda item. If you press -1
the most distant future agenda item is displayed.
Recalling scheduled items from the SCHEDULE mode by
entering the date numerically You can recall the date directly from the SCHEDULE mode by numerical
entry. Select the SCHEDULE mode, press I-1 , then enter the date
with the numerical keys in accordance with the prompts. This method is
handy for recalling scheduled items which are far away.
For example, to recall the schedule for February 18, 1992:
1. Enter the date entry mode.
1 SCHEDULE1 (1 -1
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2. Enter the date.
02 18 1992
MM/DD/YYYY
MONTH:02
DAY
:18
YEAR A992
3. Recall the agenda for that date.
1SCHEDULE 1
TUE 2/18,"92
3:OOPk-J 5:OOPM
S a l e s meetin
g
Recalling scheduled items by using the first letter(s) of
the item
Enter the first letter(s) of the schedule item you would like to recall on the
display and then press m to recall it.
Note:
Be sure to enter the first letter(s) exactly as they were entered. A
difference in capital or small letters will not search properly.
For example, to recall the “DR.‘‘-related items scheduled after January 10,
1992 (today):
1. Select the SCHEDULE mode. Today’s schedule is displayed.
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(1
]
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2. Enter the first letter(s).
DR.
F R I 1/10/‘92
DR. -
3. Begin the search.
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T U E 2/25/’ 92
1:30PM-DR. W I LSON
VISIT
Note:
When a is pressed, a forward search from the displayed date
will begin for scheduled items beginning with the word “DR.“.
If m is pressed, a reverse search will take place for items
scheduled before the date presently appearing on the display.
Recalling scheduled items with a keyword search
Enter any word contained anywhere in the entry, and the Organizer will
find it with -1
m
.
Note:
Be sure to enter the keyword exactly as it was entered. Adifference
in capital or small letters will not search properly.
To search for agenda items containing the word “meeting”, after January
1, 1992, for example:
1. Recall the schedule for January 1, 1992.
1 SCHEDULE 1 I]m l 01 01 1992 1 SCHEDULE 1
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2. Enter the keyword for the search.
meeting
WED l/ 1/'92
meet i ng-
3. Begin the search.
[sHlFTI
pJ
TUE 2/18/'92
3: OOPM- 5: OOPU
S a l e s meetin
g
The first scheduled item containing the word “meeting” after January 1,
1992 will appear on the display.
Repeated search:
To search for additional items containing the word “meeting”, press
m repeatedly. When no more items containing the word
-1
“meeting” are scheduled, “NOT FOUND!” will appear on the display.
Reverse search:
To browse back through the list of entries containing the keyword,
press [I 1/\1 .
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Editing scheduled data
Previously scheduled data may be edited by pressing -1
1-1 . Once the edit mode is entered, the data may be edited directly
u s i n g PI, m, ml, m , -1 -1 a n d -1
l3EE-j , etc.
For example, to change “GUEST ROOM” within a schedule item on
February 25, to “MEETING ROOM”:
1. Recall this item on the schedule for February 25.
1SCHEDULE1
m l II02 25 1992 1SCHEDULE 1
2. Enter the edit mode.
TUE 2/25/’ 92
1:30PM-DR. W I LSONA
VISIT+.i
EDIT
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3. Move the cursor to the section to be edited and correct it.
1:30PM--
DR. W I LSONJ
VISITS
AT MEETING R
t
EDIT
4
4. Store the edited data.
T U E 2/25/'92
1:30PM-
DR. W I LSON
VISIT
I
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Copying scheduled data
If you would like to enter a new item on a different date that has the same
or similar content to a previously scheduled item, you may save time by
copying the previous entry onto the new date using the copy function and
editing it later if required.
The copy function operates similarly to the edit mode, instead of pressing
-1 to store the data, m -1 are pressed. After
the data is copied onto the new date, it also remains on the previous date
as it was originally entered.
For example, if the “ABC Project meeting” scheduled on February 20 is
also to be held at the same time on March 6, you may copy it onto the
new date as follows:
1. Recall the items scheduled for February 20 and enter the edit mode.
[SC HEDULE ] [=I -102 20 1992 1sctimuLE
1
piiFq I-Em-j
2. Change the date.
m 03 06
03/06/1992
lO:OOAM- 2:OOPM
ABC Project4
meeting
EDIT
(You can also change the entire date by pressing mj -1 at this
point and reentering the entire date.)
3. Copy the data.
piiFq
rmTm-j
FRI 3/ 6/'92
10 : OOAM- 2 : OOPM
ABC Project
meeting
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(in this instance, the time and detail are stored in the memory as is
without correction. If the copied data requires additional editing, it may
be edited as described in “Editing scheduled data” above.)
Deleting scheduled data
Scheduled data can be deleted by the following three methods:
1. Deleting one agenda item at a time
2. Deleting the agenda for an entire month
3. Deleting all of the data in the schedule memory
Deleting one agenda item at a time
First recall the data you would like to delete on the display and delete it
with -1 1x1 and IT].
For example, to delete the “ABC Project meeting” scheduled for March 6:
1. Recall the schedule for that day.
j SCHEDULE ] -1
-1 0 3 06 1992 1SCHEDULE ]
2. Press IsHlFT]
jTiZiJ.
F R I 3/ 6/’ 9 2
10 : OOAM- 2 : OOPM
3. The delete prompt appears.
Press mj . (To retain the data, press I-iIl .)
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After deletion, the next agenda item for that day or that date alone will
be displayed.
Deleting the agenda for an entire month
To delete the agenda for February, 1992, for example:
1. Select the CALENDAR mode and display the calendar for the month
you would like to delete.
1 CALENDAR 1I=[ -1 02 01 1992 [ CALENDAR ]
2. Press -1 il.
!
1
922 3 4 5 6 7 0
2 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
3. The delete prompt appears.
Press mi . (To retain the data, press WI .)
After the agenda for the month has been deleted, the flags on scheduled
dates will disappear from the calendar.
Deleting all the data in the schedule memory
All the data in the schedule memory can be deleted using the miscellaneous functions.
1. Recall the miscellaneous function menu.
-1
1 FUNCTION 1
< FUNCTION >
MEMORY CHK
LCD CONT
I DATA DEL
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2. Select “3 DATA DEL”.
3
DATA DEL
TEL 1 MEMO
SCHEDULE
SECRET DT.
3. Select “3 SCHEDULE”.
3
DATA DEL
SCHEDULE
E ANN
4. Select “1 SCHEDULE”.
1
5. The delete prompt appears.
Press ml . (To retain the data, press [‘I .)
Note:
When the secret function is turned on, “SECRET ON!” will appear
on the display. In this instance, the secret function must be turned
off first before the data can be deleted. (Refer to “Turning off the
secret function,” page 78.)
Using the schedule alarm
The Organizer schedule alarm sounds when the time for a scheduled
appointment or other item on the agenda arrives. To stop the alarm after
it starts beeping, simply press II
. If mjis not pressed, the
alarm will stop automatically after approximately 20 seconds.
Setting the alarm to ring
The schedule alarm can be set for a scheduled appointment.
1) Select an agenda item and mark it for the alarm with “&“.
2) Activate the alarm for that item with “4 “.
Once an agenda item has been selected for an alarm and the alarm has
been turned on, the alarm will sound automatically and the relevant item
will be displayed even if the Organizer has been turned off. The alarm
can also be set to sound for secret items without displaying the item.
If you do not wish to have the alarm sound at that time, you can turn the
alarm off.
Setting the schedule alarm
First display the schedule item for which you wish to set the alarm and
press 1-j -1 . “&” appears to the left of the starting time
for the scheduled item on the display, to indicate that the alarm has been
set for that item. You can also set the alarm while you schedule an item
on the agenda by pressing m ml-.
However, when you press -1 w h i l e “.P.” i s d i s p l a y e d ,
the alarm will be canceled and “&” will disappear from the display.
For example, to set an alarm for a meeting scheduled on December 18
(“December 18, 1992, 10:00 AM-1 1:00 AM Meeting”) while entering the
schedule item:
1. Enter the date, time, and schedule detail.
1SCHEDULE 1 m I/
12 18 1992 [ SCHEDULE 1
10 [AM] 11 r7Gq
Meeting
FRl12/18/'92
lO:OOAM-11 :OOAM
Meet i ng -
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2. Set the alarm.
FRl12/18/'92
[ALARMI
-1
110:OOAIk11:OOAM
Meeting
(Once the alarm has been set for the schedule item, “&” appears
before the scheduled starting time.)
3. Store the item.
(I
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FRl12/18/'92
110:00AM41:00AM
Meeting
(“Q ” will appear.)
I
4
The alarm will sound at the starting time of the meeting.
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“0” appears or disappears each time 1-1 m are pressed.
Note:
If the time of the schedule item for which you wish to set the alarm
has already passed, the following message appears on the display.
After the alarm sounds, “ J$” will disappear and the scheduled item will
remain in memory without “ .lir. “.
If “Q” is turned off and the set alarm time has passed, “&” will remain in
front of the scheduled item.
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Anniversaries (date, label) can be stored in the Organizer. Once a date
is designated as an anniversary, the date will be an anniversary for every
year from 1901 to 2099. Thus, the anniversary function serves as a
mnemonic aid for these important personal dates.
Note: Anniversary data cannot be coded as secret data.
Entering anniversaries
To enter “NANCY’S BIRTHDAY” on February 12, for example, proceed a s
described below.
1. Select the ANNIVERSARY mode.
[ANNj
M/D=- /
mm
M=MONTH
D=DAY
2. Enter the date.
02 12 pTEiq
2/12
mm
-
3. Enter the label.
NANCY’S 1-11
BIRTHDAY
-1
2/12
mm
NANCY’S
BIRTHDAY
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Recalling
anniversaries
After selecting the ANNIVERSARY mode, anniversaries are recalled in
calendar sequence each time 171 is pressed.
1. Select the ANNIVERSARY mode.
2. Recall the anniversary.
El
V
z/12
mm
NANCY’ S
BIRTHDAY
Note:
Each time pl or I^]is pressed, the next entry will be
recalled in calendar sequence (forwards or backwards).
Checking anniversaries
After pressing
anniversaries in
Check whether
1. Display the
ml 1x1 in a monthly calendar display, the
that month will be displayed while I[is held.
there are any anniversaries in February.
calendar.
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1
CALENDAR 1ImI
02 01 1992 [CALENDA R 1
‘;2
3
4
5
2. Display the anniversaries.
[sHlFTI
ml (Displayed while pressed.)
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6
7
i
z 9 1 0 1 1 12 13 14 15
1 6 17 1 8 1 9 20 2 1 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
(Valid for any year.)
1
92
2
12
ii
Note:
If there are no anniversaries in the specified month, the display
on the right will appear:
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Editing anniversaries
To edit an anniversary entry, for example, such as changing “NANCY’S
BIRTHDAY” to “CATHY’S BIRTHDAY”:
1. Recall the entry, “February 12th, NANCY’S BIRTHDAY”.
pq
pm-l
(Press IT/or I[repeatedly until the “NANCY’S BIRTHDAY”
appears.)
2. Enter the edit mode.
3. Move the cursor to the letter you wish to correct and correct it.
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To correct the date, first enter the edit mode, then press p/
until
date flashes, enter the correct date and press -1 .
the
Note: If m -1 are pressed instead of -1 after
the correction, data can be copied. (Refer to “Copying scheduled
data,” page 41)
Deleting anniversaries
Deleting one entry
To delete the “CATHY’S BIRTHDAY” entry, for example:
1. Recall the entry “CATHY’S BIRTHDAY”.
(Press IIrepeatedly until “CATHY’S BIRTHDAY” appears.)
2. Press IsHlFTI
-1.
2/l 2
mm
CATHY’ S
IB]$M=LI’
3. The delete prompt appears.
Press VI . (To retain the data, press ml .)
Deleting all the entries
1. Recall the miscellaneous function menu.
ml 1 FUNCTION ]
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I
< FUNCTION >
MEMORY CHK
LCD CONT
DATA DEL
2. Select “3 DATA DEL”.
3
DATA DEL
TEL u MEMO
SCHEDULE
1I SECRET DT.
3. Select “3 SCHEDULE”.
3
DATA DEL
SCHEDULE
E ANN
4. Select “2 ANN”.
2
5. The delete prompt appears.
Press II. (To retain the data, press WI .)
Note:
When the secret function is turned on, “SECRET ON!” will appear
on the display. In this instance, the secret function must be turned
off first before the data can be deleted. (Refer to “Turning off the
secret function,” page 78.)
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The telephone directory stores the names, telephone numbers, and addresses of business clients, companies, personal friends and so on.
The Organizer’s telephone directory is actually three different telephone
directories in one (TELl, TEL2, and TEL3) for keeping business, private,
and other listings separate.
Designating the file names
The file names for the different directories (business, private, etc.) can be
input from the miscellaneous function mode. Input directory file names of
10 letters or less as follows:
1. Recall the miscellaneous function menu.
(The prompt for entering the directory file name will appear.)
TEL FILENAME
TEL 1
TEL 2
TEL 3
I
2. Store the directory file names.
1x1 Business -1
[XlPrivate -1
*
*
*
If you do not wish to assign a file name to a directory, skip this step by
pressing (7XiEi?J .
To discontinue the entry of a directory file name, press IItwice.
When “CAPS” appears on the display, capital letters are entered, and
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when not, small letters are entered. Pressing 1-1 alternates
between capital and small letters.
Entering listings
Telephone listings can be entered into any of the three directories.
Pressing IT] for the first time displays directory TEL 1. Subsequent
presses display the TEL2, TEL3, and again the TEL1 directories.
Press (1
Press (1
TEL1
. TEL2
(Display the file name.)
. TEL3
1
Press II
Entering telephone listings into the TEL1 directory
To enter two sample listings into the TEL1 directory, follow steps 1 to 5
below:
EDWARDS BOB 201-265-5600 FAX 2651869 President, AbC Co.
DAVIS MIKE
Davis Assoc.
214-456-7890
1. Select the TEL mode.
pEq
*Business *
NAME ?
(Press (1 repeatedly until the
TEL1 directory name appears.)
2. Enter the name of the first party.
EDWARDS BOB -1
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r
EDWARDS BOB
NUMBER ?
3. Enter the party’s telephone number and fax number.
20 l-265-5600
FAX 2651869 -1
EDWARDS BOB
201-265-560s
ADDRESS ?
4. Enter the person’s position and company name, etc.
President m
AbC Co. 1-1
EDWARDS BOB
201-265-5600
FAX 265-1869
President
Notes:
l
To skip the party’s telephone number or company name and address,
simply press -1 at this point.
l Check the listing for mistakes before pressing -1 . If there
are, correct them using the cursor keys ( m, I,m, m),
m] ml , -1 -1 , and [TI, and then press
-ENTER] . If you find any mistakes after you have already pressed
-1 , then correct the listing using the editing function. (Refer
to “Editing listings,” page 58.)
5. Enter the next listing, “DAVIS MIKE”, in the same manner.
DAVIS MIKE -1
2 14-456-7890 m
Davis Assoc. [ENTER]
DAVIS MIKE
214-456-7890
Dav i s Assoc.
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Entering listings into the TEL2 directory:
JONES JACK 708-759-8555 Romeoville, Illinois
1. Display the TEL2 directory.
1TEL 1
(Press -1 repeatedly until the
TEL2 directory name appears.)
2. Enter listings as for TELl.
JONES JACK -1
708-759-8555 1ENTER 1
Romeoville u
Illinois [ ENTER 1
I
*Pr i vate
* I
I
JONES JACK
708-759-8555
Romeoville
II I inois
Recalling listings
The telephone listings are stored in the order described on page 61.
There are three methods of retrieving telephone listings.
1. Sequential search, which retrieves the listings in alphabetical order
2. Direct search using the first letter(s) of the party’s name
3. A keyword search for any word contained in the listing
Recalling a listing with a sequential search
1. Select the TEL1 directory.
(Press 1 TEL 1repeatedly until the TEL1 directory name appears.)
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2. Recall the first listing.
V
I
(When m is pressed, a search of
the listings begins in alphabetical
order.)
DAVIS MIKE
214-456-7890
Dav i s Assoc.
3. Recall subsequent listings.
V
I
EDWARDS BOB
201-265-5600
FAX 265-1869
President
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Note: Pressing m recalls the listings in reverse order.
Recalling a listing with a direct search
Press I]
, then enter the first letter(s) of the party’s name and press
m . Capital and small letters must be entered exactly as they were
originally
entered.
To recall a listing which starts with “E”, for example, in the TEL1
directory, first select the TEL mode.
EDWARDS BOB
201-265-5600
FAX 265-1869
President
*
Subsequent entries will be searched in sequential order, from the
listing displayed.
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Recalling a listing with a keyword search
To perform a keyword search, press [-I , then enter any word
contained in the desired listing and press II
m
.
Note: Capital and small letters must be entered exactly as they were
originally entered.
Recall listings containing the word “AbC Co.“, for example, in the TEL1
directory. First select the TEL mode.
I[
1-1 AbC Co.
EDWARDS BOB
201-265-5600
FAX 265-l 869
President
+
Each time m r] are pressed, successive listings containing
the word “AbC Co.” will be displayed.
Editing listings
To edit a listing, recall it, and then press ml
(1 t o e n t e r t h e
edit mode.
Use II-1 or -1 to delete data. With the cursor “ n ”
you may type over the data. Or, press 1-1 m(NS to change the
cursor to “ 4 ” and you may insert new data.
To add the name “SHARP CORP.” to the listing for “JONES JACK” in the
TEL2 directory, for example:
1. Select the TEL2 directory and recall the listing for “JONES JACK”.
(Press m repeatedly until the listing appears.)
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2. Enter the edit mode.
ml pi7-l
JONES JACK4
708-759-8555
4
Romeoville+l
EDIT
+
3. Move the cursor to the end of the address to add the company name
using the cursor movement keys.
1-q p-j p-j p-l l,I...pJ
708-759-8555
4
RomeovilleJ
II I inois It
EDIT
4. Press 1-11 and enter the company name.
m SHARP CORP. -1
708-759-8555
Romeoville
Note: If mlI]
are pressed instead of I]
after
the correction, data can be copied. (Refer to “Copying scheduled
data,” page 41)
Deleting listings
Either single listings or an entire directory (TELl, TEL2, or TEL3) can be
deleted as required.
Deleting single listings
1. Select the directory containing the listing to be deleted (TELI, TEL2,
or TEL3).
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2. Recall the listing to be deleted.
Press m several times until the listing is displayed.
3. Delete the entry with -1 -1.
4. The delete prompt appears.
Press [VI . (To retain the data, press WI .)
Deleting entire directories (TELI, TEL2, or TEL3)
Any one of these directories can be deleted separately by using the
miscellaneous function “DATA DEL”.
To delete TEL2, for example:
1. Recall the miscellaneous function menu.
1 SHIFT ] 1 FUNCTION 1
2. Select “3 DATA DEL”.
3
DATA DEL
TEL H MEMO
SCHEDULE
SECRET DT.
3. Select “1 TEL”.
DATA DEL
TEL1
TEL2
I TEL3
4. Select “2 TEL2”.
2
TEL2
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5. The delete prompt appears.
Press Iv]
(To . retain the data, press PI .)
Note: When the secret function is turned on, “SECRET ON!” will appear
on the display. In this instance, the secret function must be turned
off first before the data can be deleted (Refer to “Turning off the
secret function,” page 78.)
The characters are sorted in the following order:
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The Organizer’s memo function conveniently stores odd bits of information
not appropriate for the schedule or other directories.
Entering memos
To enter the following two items, for example:
“X’mas presents, Jill sweater, Mother ring”
“ABC BANK Chicago Branch, Account No. 272-0011223”
1. Select the MEMO mode.
[hnEMo(
MEMO ?
2. Enter the data.
X’mas presents 1-11
Jill 1SPC 1 sweater
Mother 1SPC 1ring
X’ mas presen
td
Jill sweater
M o t h e r ring-
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3. Store the entry.
1ENTER 1
X’ mas presen
ts
Jill sweater
Mother ring
4. Store the second memo in the same manner.
ABC ml BANK m
Chicago Branch 1-11
Account No. 1-11 272-0011223
-1
ABC BANK
Chicago Bran
ch
Account No.
4
Recalling memos
The following three methods can be used to recall memos.
1. Sequential search in the order of entry:
Press m to display each memo in the order it was entered.
Press m to reverse the order of display.
2. A direct search for the first letter(s) of the entry:
Enter the first letter(s) of the memo entry. Press m to search
forward. Press m to search backward.
Subsequent memos will be displayed in sequential order each time you
press m or 1/\1 .
3. Keyword search for a key word contained in a memo:
Enter any word or part of a word contained in the memo and
press 1SHIFT 1 m or -1 1/\1 .
m initiates a forward search. -1 Ir\l initiates
-1
a reverse search.
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Recalling memos with a sequential search
Each time m is Dressed. data is recalled in the order of entry. When
IAl is presz, data is searched in reverse order.
Select the MEMO mode and recall the data.
X’ mas presen
ts
Jill sweater
Mother ring
Each time m is pressed, the next item is displayed.
* If you press m after the last entry is displayed, “NOT FOUND!” will
appear on the display.
* Reverse search works in the same manner.
Recalling memos with a direct search
The first letter(s) of the memo can be searched. To continue the search,
press m or 1/\1 repeatedly. The data will be recalled in the forward
or reverse order of entry starting with the memo searched.
To search for a memo beginning with the letter “A”, for example:
Select the MEMO mode, then search for a memo entry starting with the
letter “A”.
[MEMO/Am
ABC BANK
Chicago Bran
ch
Account No.
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Recalling memos with a keyword search
With the keyword search function, the memos containing the key word are
searched out in sequence.
To perform a keyword search for memos containing the word “Act”, for
example:
Enter the keyword in the MEMO mode.
mlAcc[]
m
ABC BANK
Chicago Bran
ch
Account No.
(The first memo containing the word “Act” will be displayed.)
Subsequent memos containing the same word can be recalled in
m
.
order each time you press -1
l
Editing memos
Memo editing capabilities are similar to those in the SCHEDULE and TEL
modes.
For example, to change “Chicago Branch” to “Boston Branch” in the memo
for ABC BANK:
1. Recall the memo containing “ABC BANK”.
2. Enter the edit mode.
ABC BANKS
Chicago Bran
chS
Account No. $
EDIT
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+
3. Correct “Chicago” to “Boston”.
[rl Boston I]
[DEL]
Boston Branc
Account No. +.I
EDIT
+I
4. Store the revised version.
] ENTER ]
ABC BANK
Boston Branc
h
Account No.
Note: If ] SHIFT I I ENTER ] are pressed instead of [ENTER] after
the correction, data can be copied. (Refer to “Copying scheduled
data,” page 41)
Deleting memos
Either single memos or the entire memo list can be deleted as follows:
Deleting single memos
Recall the memo you wish to delete on the display and press [SHIFT]
-1. The delete prompt appears. Press Iv] (To retain the data,
press w].)
For example, to delete the memo “X’mas presents”:
1. Select the MEMO mode and recall the data.
(I
p7-J
(Press m repeatedly until the memo item “X’mas presents” appears.)
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2. Press -1 I[.
X’mas presen
ts
Jill sweater
[gquaa-y
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3. The delete prompt appears.
Press VI. (To retain the data, press ITi .)
* After the deletion, the next item will appear.
Deleting entire memos
All the memos can be deleted at once using the miscellaneous function
mode as follows:
1. Recall the miscellaneous function menu.
2. Select “3 DATA DEL”.
3
DATA DEL
TEL d MEMO
SCHEDULE
SECRET DT.
3. Select “2 MEMO”.
2
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4. The delete prompt appears.
Press I]. (To retain the data, press INI.)
in this instance, as we will need to save this data for future examples,
press IT].
Note:
When the secret function is turned on, “SECRET ON!” will appear
on the display. In this instance, the secret function must be turned
off before the data can be deleted. (Refer to “Turning off the secret
function,” page 78.)
The Organizer’s built-in calculator can perform the four arithmetic calculations with up to IO digits.
0.
To use the calculator function, simply press -1 to select the
CALCULATOR mode.
Using the Organizer in the
CALCULATOR mode
Before performing any calculation, press -1 twice to clear the
display.
Display
(answer)
Example
Operation
12x3+5=
(-24) + 4-2~
1 2 p-1
2 4 1+/-l
34 + 57 =
45 + 57 =
3 4 1+157
45
48 - 23 =
14-23=
4 8 I-1 2 3 Fl T h e subtrahend
14
becomes a constant.
m
68 x 25 =
-40 =
68 FI 25 B The multiplicand
40 a a constant.
35 + 14=
98 f 14=
35 It114
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What is 10% of 200?
What percentage is 9 of 36?
200~~10
1-K-l
9 ItI 3 6 j-%l
41.
-8.
m
T
he addend becomes
a
FI
constant.
I=[ The divisor becomes
a
FI
constant.
91.
102.
25.
-9.
1700.
2720.
2.5
7.
20.
25.
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Example
Display
(answer)
Operation
What results from a 10%
increase of 200?
220.
What is 500 after a 20%
discount?
400.
42C-G
4.
(4q2 =
4096.
118 =
0.125
Calculate the percent
change between two
yearly sates figures,
$620,000 one year and
$500,000 the previous year.
24.
620000 I-1 500000 m
Calculate the selling price
and the gross profit from a
cost of $8.16 on the basis
of a 15% profit on the
selling price.
9.6 (Selling
price)
1.44 (Gross
profit)
Calculate the cost and the
gross profit from a selling
price of $100 on the basis
of a 25% profit on the cost.
80. (Cost)
(Summation)
25x5=
-)84+3=
+) 68+17=
(Total) =
(Temporary memory)
(14 - 3 x 2) x
(52 - 35) =
(Constant memory)
135 x (12 + 14) =
(12+14)
*
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f 5=
20. (Gross
profit)
Clear the memory before performing any
calculations
I
-M-M-M-M-
125.
28.
85.
182.
-M-M-
6.
136.
-M26.
-M- 3510.
-M-
5.2
Non-zero numbers in the memory cause ‘I-M-” to appear on the display.
.
When the error message appears
When any of the following occur, an error is registered and ‘I-E-” appears.
Press 1x1 to cancel the error. The following are examples of error
input.
Example 1: The integer section in the calculation result has a range of
11 to 20 digits (rough estimate).
4567890123
-EF] 456 Fl
208.2957896
(208.2957896 x 10” = 2,082,957,896,000)
Example 2: A number is divided by 0.
Example 3: The integer section in the numerical value of the memory
exceeds 10 digits.
I l-m-l
9999999999
IM+
1
r-m-j
Example 4: The integer section of the calculation result exceeds 20 digits.
I]
1000000000 i] 0.000000001 r%-J
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The Secret function allows you to protect confidential data with a password
so that no unauthorized person can access it. You may mark certain
entries as private; displaying or modifying such data requires the
password. Data can also be classified from the SCHEDULE, TEL, and
MEMO modes.
Registering a password
Press I]
-1 and the password entry prompt will appear, then enter your password. Press -1 . The secret function
q
is now set to operate and “
” will appear. The password can contain
up to seven letters, numbers, spaces, or symbols (except a ). To recall
the
password
successfully,
you
must
enter
it
exactly
as
you
entered
it,
without, for example, changing capital letters to small or vice versa.
important: If you ever forget the password, you will have to erase all
your
secret
data.
Make sure the password is one you will
never forget.
To register “1234” as the password, for example:
1. Recall the password entry prompt.
piTwl ri%EEEq
PASSWORD SET
II -
Note:
1
If a password has been previously registered, “SECRET OFF” will
be displayed instead. If this occurs, refer to “What to do if you
forget the password” on page 82 and delete the previous password
and secret data.
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The Secret function allows you to protect confidential data with a password
so that no unauthorized person can access it. You may mark certain
entries as private; displaying or modifying such data requires the
password. Data can also be classified from the SCHEDULE, TEL, and
MEMO modes.
Registering a password
Press vj
-1 and the password entry prompt will appear, then enter your password. Press 1-1 . The secret function
q
is now set to operate and ‘I
up to seven letters, numbers,
” will appear. The password can contain
spaces, or symbols (except m ). To recall
the password successfully, you must enter it exactly as you entered it,
without, for example, changing capital letters to
important:
small or vice versa.
If you ever forget the password, you will have to erase
your
never
secret
all
data. Make sure the password is one you will
forget.
To register “1234” as the password, for example:
1. Recall the password entry prompt.
piTiq [I
PASSWORD SET
I: 1
Note:
If a password has been previously registered, “SECRET OFF”
will
be displayed instead. If this occurs, refer to “What to do if you
forget the password” on page 82 and delete the previous password
and secret data.
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2.
Enter “1234” as the password.
1234
3. Store the password in the memory.
-1
Make sure it is right!
This is the last time you will ever see
the password.
;
J
*
After the password is registered, the secret function is set to operate
and ” IsI ” will appear. After rechecking the password, press
.
pcq
Coding data as secret data
Any entry can be coded as secret data by pressing I-I-\
so that “JR” appears. Data coded with ‘W’ cannot be recalled until the
secret function is turned off by entering the password.
Coding previously stored data as secret data
Recall the item which you wish to encode, enter the edit mode and mark
that item with “W.
To
convert the “ABC BANK” entry in the MEMO mode to secret data, for
example:
1. Recall “ABC BANK”.
ABC BANK
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Boston
h
Branc
Account
No.
Is)
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